“Good Deed”

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LYRICS

“Good Deed”

She’s having conversation with herself in her mind again
Idle threat to commonwealth but somehow she’s losing friends
In retrospect she stretched and probably bent
Oh, so acutely aware that he caused her embarrassment

But oh how she hates
To complain
Like a child
Not much better still
But she will
Let him evade
Thinking he’s
Got it made

When her bad season
Versus his good deed for the decade
Juries won’t be hung
Unalike that regret he’ll aid
Now go on seise the day bare-down
And bet what you borrow
Cause the prize of the night is her life
And parting is such sweet sorrow

Na na na na na na he shook a lamb from a tree
That a family neglected
He drove a stake through a snake
That no one objected to
He caught a ride with a fox
Who was dodging immigration
Oh he knows you will call him a creep
Cause most sheep can’t resist the temptation

But oh how he hates
To complain
Like a child
Not much better still
But he will
Let you evade
Thinking you’ve
Got it made

When his bad season
Versus your good deed for the decade
Juries won’t be hung
Unalike that regret you’ll aid
Now hurry seise the day bare-down
And bet what you borrow
Cause the prize of the night is his life
And parting is such sweet sorrow

Words and Music by Michael Paul
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